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2015 National Junior Evaluation Camp: Day 7

By USAHockey.com, 08/06/15, 5:45AM EDT

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U.S. face Sweden at 4 p.m. ET; World Cup Presser set for 1:30 p.m. ET

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — The U.S. will face off against Sweden at 4 p.m. ET tonight in the 1980 Herb Brooks Arena at the Olympic Center. The game will be streamed live at usahockey.fasthockey.com, with live stats available at worldjuniors.usahockey.com

Yesterday, the U.S. defeated Finland, 5-4, in overtime thanks to Zach Werenski's (Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich.) goal with :37 remaining in overtime. The game was the first this camp in which Ron Wilson (Riverside, R.I.), head coach of the 2016 U.S. National Junior Team, stood behind the bench.

Additionally, it was the first game in which the U.S. competed as one team since arriving to camp last Friday. The Americans were split into two squads until roster cuts were made Tuesday morning, trimming the player pool from 39 to 31. For more information on the cuts, click here.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Press Conference

The management team for the U.S. entry in the 2016 World Cup of Hockey will be unveiled by USA Hockey at a press conference in Lake Placid, New York, next Thursday (Aug. 6) at 1:30 p.m. in the Edelweiss Room of the Olympic Center.

Those not in attendance can watch a live video stream of the press conference at USAHockey.com. During the press conference, fans/media will have the opportunity to ask questions by tweeting to @usahockey and using the hashtag #AskUSAH

Today's U.S. Lineups

Forwards

Left Wing Center Right Wing
14 Milano 21 Larkin 22 Boeser
15 Bittner 23 Dvorak 20 Bjork
11 Tkachuk 16 Eansor 25 Roslovic
26 Connor 9 Turgeon 17 Bracco
18 Schmaltz

Defense

Left Right
3 Werenski 5 Krys
2 Walman 29 Jones
7 Hanifin 28 McAvoy
8 Carlo

Goaltenders

Starter Backup
1 Sarthou 30 Opilka

Scratches: Belpedio, Collins, Foley, Fortunato, Halverson, Hitchcock, Matthews, Oldham, Turgeon


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Team USA Camp Game Schedule

Date Game Time (ET)
Sat., Aug. 1 USA White vs. USA Blue Blue, 4-3
Sun., Aug. 2 USA White vs. Finland W, 5-2
USA Blue vs. Sweden L, 2-5
Mon., Aug. 3 USA Blue vs. Finland L, 3-10
USA White vs. Sweden W, 10-3
Wed., Aug. 5 USA vs. Finland W, 10-3
Thurs., Aug. 6 USA vs. Sweden L, 2-5
Sat., Aug. 8 USA vs. Finland 1 p.m.

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